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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: The CrossFit revolution with J.C. Herz, Part 2
June 13, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with J.C. Herz, exploring the roots and benefits of the CrossFit revolution.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: The CrossFit revolution with J.C. Herz, Part 1

Dr. H is joined by J.C. Herz to explore the roots of the CrossFit revolution in her new book “Learning to Breathe Fire:” What is CrossFit, and why is it taking Millennials and Gen-Xers by storm? How is it fundamentally different from traditional exercise programs? What’s the science behind CrossFit? What makes CrossFit more “Paleo” than other forms of exercise? What about the risk of injury with high-intensity exercise? Are there precautions to undertake if you’re contemplating CrossFit? Is CrossFit out of the question for aging Boomers?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla, Part 2
June 12, 2014
Dr. H and Leyla answer more of your questions. Topics include plantar fasciitis and stretching, the best red wine for resveratrol, and how to build muscle.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Q&A with Leyla, Part 1

Dr. H and Hoffman Center Nutritionist Leyla Muedin answer your questions. Some of the topics include how to handle a twelve-year-old boy with poor diet and cognitive impairment. And what is the best treatment for Peyronie's Disease?

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Intelligent Medicine: Dr. Jeffrey Gladd, Part 2
June 11, 2014
Dr. H continues his conversation with Dr. Jeffrey Gladd, the developer of Mytavin.com, a user-friendly website that helps patients and practitioners predict drug-nutrient interactions, and analyze symptoms as a reflection of possible nutrient deficiencies.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Dr. Jeffrey Gladd on symptoms as a reflection of possible nutrient deficiencies, Part 1

Dr. Jeffrey Gladd, integrative physician, discusses how he left hospital-based medicine and embraced an integrative model of care. He believes this new style of practice is the wave of the future. He is also the developer of Mytavin.com, a user-friendly website that helps patients and practitioners predict drug-nutrient interactions, and analyze symptoms as a reflection of possible nutrient deficiencies.

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Dr. Leo Galland on Lyme Disease, Part 2
June 10, 2014
Dr. H continues his discussion with Dr. Leo Galland on Lyme Disease: Is it more prevalent than is admitted by the medical establishment?

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Intelligent Medicine Podcast: Dr. Leo Galland on Lyme Disease, Part 1

Dr. Leo Galland, founder of PillAdvised, weighs in with the latest on Lyme Disease: Is it more prevalent than is admitted by the medical establishment? Why are current diagnostic tests inadequate? Why do some patients who receive “correct” treatment stay sick? Is it just a matter of prescribing the correct combo of antibiotics, or do integrative strategies come into play? Can antibiotics leave patients sicker? Dr. Galland previews an upcoming free webinar that will provide a comprehensive update on Lyme Disease and related co-infections.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 7, Part 2
June 9, 2014
The debate over the best form of vitamin E: Is gamma tocopherol preferable to alpha tocopherol? Distinguished academics push back against supplement critics: is it really "case-closed" on supplement benefits? A caller with mysterious weight loss, a question about the right form of vitamin D to take, and more . . . Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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Intelligent Medicine Radio Show for June 7, Part 1

Cynicism may increase risk of dementia; Secret to successful weight loss may lie in avoidance of night-time light exposure; Are blonds genetically "dumb"? Exercise boosts diversity of gut bacteria; End-of-life care for elderly often too aggressive--doctors often forego heroic treatments for themselves; Prophylactic mastectomy and oopherectomy over-used--is it over-the-top for Angelina Jolie to opt for "preventive" removal of her ovaries after having both breasts removed? Capsiate for weight loss; Marijuana pro and con: beneficial for autoimmune disease according to recent study, but bad (especially for young people) in so many ways--could CBD be the answer? Click here for articles and resources relating to this podcast episode.

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